For this project you will need:
2 Door Hooks
Iron On Transfer
Let's get started! First, measure your door to see how wide & long you'd like the organizer to be. I needed mine to be 22 inches wide by about 40 inches long. Add 2 inches to the width and 4 inches to the length. You will need 2 pieces cut the size of the base.
For my base, I chose to use Lenda curtains from Ikea. They're cheap and sturdy, plus I love the shade of the color. They also have a small pinstripe detail (you can see it beside the scissors) - If you center those pinstripes when cutting, it will help to line up the pockets later.
To create my pocket strips, I cut my fabric 13 inches wide by 30 inches long, I folded the strips long way (like a hot dog bun), and sewed a seam with a 1/2 inch seam allowance down one short end and across the long end. Next, I ironed it flat, then sewed up the open end, just like the base. This gave me a 6 inch wide, 28(ish) inch long strip. The extra inches on the end will help create more room for the pockets.
bird images from The Graphics Fairy onto iron on transfer, and trimmed them all out.
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